From Online Pokr Report
"According to Matt Assad of the Morning Call, the Pennsylvania Senate is unlikely to vote on a multi-faceted gaming bill this year.
The bill in question, HB 1887, began as a problem gambling reform bill, but was amended by the Senate last week to include a temporary fix to the local tax share section of the Gaming Act of 2004. The Pennsylvania Supreme Court ruled that section unconstitutional earlier this fall.
The following day, the House further amended the bill, making the tax fix permanent and adding the following gaming reforms:
legalize online gambling and daily fantasy sports
end membership fees at Category III casinos
for a one-time fee
gaming at select locations"
Hopefully it will get passed in 2017. Fingers crossed.